Are Kwame and Chelsea from 'Love Is Blind' still together? Here's what they had to say on the reunion

What's going on with Kwame and Chelsea, one of Love is Blind's most controversial couple?

Kwame and Chelsea Love Is Blind wedding day in front of cherry blossoms
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Kwame and Chelsea, Love Is Blind season 4 couple, had fans on the fence. 

When Love Is Blind was filmed, the two formed a solid and comfortable rapport in the pods. But was it a little too comfortable? Was the spark there, or did the former soccer star simply pursue his second-choice match?

Chelsea was enthusiastic and level-headed throughout the experience but while fans are rooting for her à la Tiffany and Brett, some seem to think that Kwame is not quite as devoted. Here's what's going on with the couple.  

*Spoiler alerts ahead*

Are Kwame and Chelsea still together after 'Love is Blind'?

As we learned during the massively delayed live Love Is Blind season 4 reunion on Sunday, April 16, Chelsea and Kwame are happily married, living in a gorgeous apartment with panoramic views of Seattle and waiting to start a family when the time seems right. 

After the wedding episode finally dropped on Friday, April 14, Kwame shared a series of candid pictures and videos of the couple, taken when the cameras were not around, saying that they "had the MOST fun together falling in love!" but understands where fans' skepticism comes into play.

Kwame and Chelsea's journey on 'Love Is Blind'

From the beginning, this was one Love Is Blind season 4 couple that we struggled to really assess: Chelsea was 100% in it, but it seems that Kwame was holding back somehow, though he does seem to care for her. 

The problem comes with his failed relationship with fellow Love is Blind season 4 cast member Micah. (Surprised?) The widely-regarded mean girl of the season sank her claws into Kwame and threw us all for a 180 when she decided to match with Paul instead. After a rather hurtful rejection—one that did not seem to trouble her much—the two finally meet face-to-face in Mexico with the other pairs, and let's just say things got off to a rocky start.

While the group decides to take shots, Micah selfishly suggests they toast to their failed proposal, as Kwame had originally prepared to propose to Micah early. This jab did not sit well with him, but when the two convened for a heart-to-heart, things got...flirty. 

Needless to say, the internet was not pleased with their touchy-feely behavior. Chelsea quietly left the get-together early and confronted Kwame about his feelings later on. We applaud this class act! Though there still seemed to be lingering feelings and "what ifs", Chelsea and Kwame decided to venture back home as one.

And it seems like the two troublemakers didn't learn their lesson. At Chelsea's birthday party—let's say that one more time for emphasis: Chelsea's birthday party—Kwame and Mica had another sit-down that was a little too close for comfort. Plus, Kwame's hesitant about leaving his bachelor pad and soccer team in Portland for a full-time life in Seattle with Chelsea. Overall, these details are not terribly convincing.

Then we have the Love Is Blind tweets and conspiracy theories: some believed Kwame was faking his strained relationship with his mother to get out of going through with the wedding. Then, people suspected that Kwame's sister, Barbara—a.k.a the one who stole the show—was a paid actor. 

Luckily, these suspicions were incorrect and the two newlyweds are happily enjoying the start of their journey together. Chelsea even revealed that the issues with Micah are squashed. 

"Micah and I had a resolution. I believe that she's grown," she told Nick and Vanessa Lachey during the "live" reunion.

And, yes, she's met Mama Appiah at Thanksgiving was immediately welcomed into the family: "It was a wonderful first visit, I felt like 'I'm home.'"

If you were one of the lucky ones who did get to see the "live" reunion, catch up with our play-by-play in the Love Is Blind reunion recap. If not, here's how to watch the Love Is Blind reunion

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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